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2014 Spring arts guide 

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You'll hear a symphony
by Will Stephenson
And Cher, Salty Dogs, Salt-N-Pepa and more.

Don't just dream a dream
by Leslie Newell Peacock
Live it, with "Les Mis," "The Wizard of Oz" and more.

Spring film guide
by David Koon
Cinema blooms in the spring, including Horror Show, LR Film Festival, Foothills and the Ron Robinson Theater.

2014 spring arts calendar
Books, music, theater, film and more.

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